Monthly Archives: January 2018

Henry Coley and Emerson’s Point of Death

In the previous post I looked at a chart of William Lilly and showed how Emerson’s “Death Point” was a useful tool in analyzing a decumbiture chart. Upon reading that post, a colleague from Argentina called my attention to a … Continue reading

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William Lilly and Charles Emerson’s Point of Death

In her book on horary astrology (p. 173), Barbara Watters popularized Charles Emerson’s “death point” which is calculated by the formula: Mars + Saturn – MC.¬† Watters noted that in her experience it was more reliable than the traditional Lot … Continue reading

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Bonatti on choosing among options in horary

Bonatti gives an interesting method of answering horary questions of the type, “Should I choose option A or B or C, etc.? Which option is best for me?” Ben¬†Dykes translates Bonatti’s chapter heading as follows: “Of two lands or houses … Continue reading

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Student Missing in Lake Forest

Earlier this week a headline caught my eye: Student Missing in Lake Forest (California). According to the news article: “Blaze Bernstein entered Borrego Park in the Foothill Ranch-Lake Forest area of Orange County Jan. 2 at 11 p.m. The college … Continue reading

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